tribunal, as you know, mr. chemada. >> who is sadc? i'm sadc. >> yes. and sadc has said-- >> i am sadc. >> sadc has given us full relief until the main case. >> i am sadc, i am sadc, all right? >> yes. >> all right? they had the same feeling as i have. >> and sadc has said, until the main case, you cannot interfere. >> is that why you're refusing to get out of this farm? tell me. >> this is my home, mr. chemada. >> it is your home. well, you're in the wrong home. who did you pay? the african... the african, or you paid another white villain? >> we paid transfer duties to the zimbabwe government. >> ( laughs ) >> we bought it on a willing seller, willing buyer basis. >> is it? >> we didn't steal it. >> is it? now anyway, that's unfortunate, because we've realized, without land, you have nothing. that's why were here. >> but you've got land, mr. chemada? >> we have... land. >> i've been to your house in arari. >> yes. have you? >> yes. >> you've been raiding my own... >> no, i-- we passed it. >> what were you coming for? >> the guard wouldn't let me through the gate. >> is it? so what were you looking for? >> i was coming to see where you lived. >> and what-- and do what?